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Study: Playing A Musical Instrument May Reduce Blood Pressure

January 23, 2013

The researchers found blood pressure was significantly lower among the musicians, and their heart rate "tended to be lower" than those in the non-musical group. They attribute this to the musicians' higher levels of "somatosensory nerve activity," which "beneficially modulate the autonomic nervous system." Pacific Standard 01/22/13

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